Binding the edges of a quilt is a vital step in quilting, and Jenny shows us how to do it correctly. Not only to add a wonderful finish and beauty to the quilt, but proper binding is essential to making the quilt last a lifetime. See how it’s done here.
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Protecting the fabric scissors is paramount for an avid tailor or seamstress or quilter. Learn in this short video session how Marguerita McManus solved the problem of other family members attempting to use her special fabric scissors. A hint: she made it easy for them not to.
Growing up in a small community I remember that I would occasionally walk past a Sunday School or meeting room where a large quilting frame would be setup. The quilt top was always beautiful and the empty chairs surrounding it indicated that people would be returning someday to work on it. Barnett’s Laptop Quilting Hoops is a solution for the individual quilter who enjoys quilting at home.
Making a snowball block quilt is a great way for beginners to learn about quilting, and Jenny and her granddaughter, Annie, show us how they are making theirs in this video.
Using the right tools makes the job easier and go smoother in every instance, so the same is true when it comes to cutting quilting fabric. In this video, Chris Sass, owner of www.quiltfabric.com demonstrates how to use the cutting tool.
Watch how the easily the design ideas for this baby quilt pattern comes together in this explanation offered by Natalie of Missouri Star Quilt Company. Whether you’re making it as a baby gift for someone else, or it’s for your own cuddly little bundle, this quilt will be loved!
A four patch quilt design is functional and beautiful when done correctly. Jenny of Missouri Star Quilt Company offers instructions on how to create this marvelous design, and the best part it’s instruction offered for beginners! If you’re a beginner quilter you will benefit by watching this video.